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Crave Crusher

crave crusher reviewCrave Crusher is a natural appetite suppressant and weight loss supplement by Centurion Labz. It has been designed to lower cravings and naturally promote body fat loss. The product is free of stimulants. In fact, it was purposely created to be stimulant-free to provide users with a weight loss aid that wouldn’t come with unpleasant side effects like jitters, insomnia, heart palpitations, anxiety and the many other adverse effects linked to harsh stimulants.

In addition to helping to control cravings, Crave Crusher also helps to increase thyroid activity, helps the body better utilize carbohydrates, and provides positive mood enhancement. For maximum results, this dietary supplement is meant to be used in conjunction with proper workouts and a strict low-glycemic diet. Continue reading

Hydroxycut Platinum

Hydroxycut Platinum reviewHydroxycut Platinum is another OTC weight loss product from “America’s #1 Selling Weight Loss Supplement Brand” – Hydroxycut. This rapid release complete premium 5-in-1 formula advertises weight loss plus probiotics and vitamins. It is supposedly a powerful metabolic booster and provides clean energy.

In addition to containing 19 essential vitamins and minerals including Vitamin C and Vitamin B12, the Weight Loss Complex and Probiotics+ blend contains Robusta Coffee, Red Mango Extract, White Kidney Bean, Sensoril Ashwagandha extract and LactoSpore Bacillus Coagulans. There is also a Thermo+ Energy Matrix as well as a Superfruit Matrix. Continue reading

30 Night Diet

30 Night Diet reviews30 Night Diet is a weight loss pill designed by Creative Bioscience for individuals who want to keep losing weight while they sleep. It is a stimulant-free diet supplement that can be taken in the evening to maximize weight loss results from night until morning. According to the official website, this product contains no ingredients that could keep a user from obtaining a good night’s rest.

The 30 Night Diet formula contains Vitamin C, Lychee, African Mango, Raspberry Ketones, Caralluma Fimbriata, Griffonia Simplicifolia. Continue reading

CraveArrest

CraveArrest reviewCraveArrest is a dietary supplement from Designs for Health. The claim is that this product has been designed to promote the optimal balance of major neurotransmitters, such as dopamine and serotonin. These neurotransmitters are responsible for affecting many different kinds of cravings like smoking and hunger.

These pills also supposedly elevate mood, decrease stress and provide adrenal support. Helping to control hunger cravings and lifting mood could be highly beneficial to those seeking to lose weight by reducing emotional and craving eating. CraveArrest is marketed for adults of all ages and genders. Continue reading

Forever Therm

Forever Therm reviewForever Therm is a fat burner from Forever Living. It contains a combination of nutrients and botanical extracts to help support thermogenesis, boost metabolism and maximize a person’s weight loss efforts. It is meant to enhance a person weight management program, consisting of a healthy low-calorie diet and a regular exercise routine.

The ingredients in Forever Therm include: Vitamin C, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Pantothenic acid and a Proprietary Forever Therm Blend Formula (Green Tea Extract, Guarana Seed Extract, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Raspberry Ketones). Each of these ingredients was selected due to the benefit they provide. Continue reading

Xenadrine

Xenadrine reviewXenadrine is a nonprescription diet pill that is manufactured by an American company called Lovate Health Sciences International Inc. This product has been around for several years now and it has had its ups and downs in terms of successes and controversy.

The product’s original formulation contained ephedra, a substance that is banned by the FDA in the United States, and by the regulators in many other countries around the world, so that it cannot be used in weight loss pills. These rapid release capsules were originally developed by a company called Cytodine under the name EFX. Continue reading